Nonprofit organizations can apply through July 15 for up to $500,000 each for projects to address policy factors contributing to structural racism in public health, the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Minority Health announced this week. The agency plans to award 10 grants for projects to develop and implement new policies and innovative practices to address health disparities among racial and ethnic minority populations.

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